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The guanciale is a wood-fired pizza topped with (Credit: Kelly Campbell)

The guanciale is a wood-fired pizza topped with black truffles and a sunny-side-up egg. It's a customer favorite at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

Tarry Lodge in Port Chester

The creation of star chef Mario Batali and his seemingly infallible team, this wildly popular spot specializes in vibrant Tuscan cooking.

Tarry Lodge in Port Chester: While Tarry Lodge
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

Tarry Lodge in Port Chester: While Tarry Lodge hasn’t been featured on the small screen, it’s the product of a couple of big-name celebrity chefs. Mario Batali, a frequent guest on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and one of the critically acclaimed stars of Food Network’s “Iron Chef,” co-owns the Italian joint with Joe Bastianich, who judges FOX’s “MasterChef.”

An antipasti plate at Tarry Lodge in Port
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

An antipasti plate at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester. The menu is a compilation of Mario Batali’s greatest culinary hits.

A salad at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

A salad at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

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Food is prepared in the wood-fired oven at
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

Food is prepared in the wood-fired oven at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

The guanciale is a wood-fired pizza topped with
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

The guanciale is a wood-fired pizza topped with black truffles and a sunny-side-up egg. It's a customer favorite at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

An entree at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

An entree at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

A dessert at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

A dessert at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester.

The building that has housed Tarry Lodge for
(Credit: Kelly Campbell)

The building that has housed Tarry Lodge for the past few years has held restaurants since 1906, including a 40-year run as a pizza joint owned by a local family. The dining room and bar are pictured.

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